7pm at Tintwistle Primary School (on South Close) on Monday 23 May.


The Annual Parish Meeting is a meeting of all the parish’s residents – a great opportunity for raising ideas for improving the village!


Parish councillors will be present to discuss your views (but it’s not a parish council meeting).  Your thoughts and opinions will be very welcome.  Please come – we look forward to seeing you there!    

Tintwistle Village Store

Opening Times: Mon -Sat 6.30am – 8pm

Sun.         7.30am – 1pm

Tel.No: 01457 856715

Your friendly local corner shop offering a wide range of groceries, fresh bread, milk, eggs including free range. We have monthly offers available. If we don’t have what you want, just ask and we will do our best to provide.

From Natasha and Sue, Mandy and Kim.

we hope to see you soon!

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